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COLLABORATION & INNOVATION: Advancing Town-Gown Relations and Student Learning at Sunnyvale University Charli Bryan, Caitlin Green, and Joan Kwiatek (Team Leader) Lynch School of Education Boston College 2013 Virtual Case Study Competition StudentAffairs.com.
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Advancing Town-Gown Relations and Student Learning
at Sunnyvale University
Charli Bryan, Caitlin Green,
and Joan Kwiatek (Team Leader)
Lynch School of Education
2013 Virtual Case Study Competition
OUR CHARGE:To foster collaboration and innovation across campus and the community to support a thriving town/gown relationship and further the mission of SU.
To best address the needs of the SU campus and community, we
would seek to better understand:
For the purposes of this case study, we assume that SU:
The committee intends to engage all stakeholders—including the student body, administration, Board of Trustees, alumni, community leaders, and community members—in its short-term and long-term considerations.
Over the past three weeks we have conducted focus groups with students in an effort to determine what motivates their activity off-campus. Additionally, we have set up social media and email accounts to which townspeople have been encouraged to send concerns, questions, etc.
“Putting You in the Community”
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